Late Night Supper at Chinatown Food Street

Looking to fulfill your late night cravings? GOOD NEWS for you guys..
From now till 18th February 2015, the opening hours of Chinatown Food Street will be extended till 2am . 

*Chinatown Food Street will be closed on 19 Feb (Chu Yi) and resume on 20 Feb with its original operating hours of 11am to 11pm. 

Located at Smith Street, the rejuvenated Chinatown Food Street now have a more cooling system with a total of 24 street hawker stalls to tuck into a lip-smacking spread of local delights. 
Just for Chinese New Year, there will be activities such as lighting of sparklers and games for the whole family. Also, don't forgot to try the Yu Sheng ($28 for small, $38 for Large) to ensure good fortune for the year ahead. 
Simply spend a total of $10 in a single receipt at Chinatown Food Street and get a 20% discount voucher off Trick Eye Museum admission tickets from 13 Feb to 3rd March 2015.

Below are some of the stalls that we get to try out :
Chong Chong Ngoh Hiang Prawn Fritter 
This stall serves the Teochew version of the dish. From the picture, you can get to see a mixture of different ingredients like fishball, Ngoh Hiang, pork sausage and others. It's always accompany wth fried bee hoon and not fogetting to dip into their chilli sauce and sweet sauce. 
Kueh Pie Tee - Maxwell Road Soon Soon Popiah.Laksa 
A popular Peranakan dish that is definitely worth to try! Remember to eat it when it's still warm. 
Newton Circus Ahmad Ibrahim Satay 
How can we missed out this during supper! Dipped it into their thick peanut sauce and bite on the slightly charred meat - yummlicious!
Serangoon Raju Indian Cuisine 
We had egg prata that night and of course the best way to sample the prata is by dunking it in the curry with your fingers. HAHA! But of course, I never do that as I'm sharing it with many people (:
Food Street Fried Kway Teow Mee 
Tiong Bahru Meng kee Roast Duck 
I definitely recommended to try out this stall. I love their tender sweet char siew and not forgetting the noodles which is easy to bite and springy. 
Bugis Street Famous Hainanese Chicken Rice
Fishball Noodle - Balestier Abalone Noodle 
Love the fishball!
Chinatown Enak Fritters 
You have to order their fried banana. The sweetness of the banana and the crispy outer makes me can't stop at one. 

You can also get your own dishes at Chinatown and share with me too. 
Happy Chinese New Year!
Huat AH!

Chinatown Food Street

335 Smith St Singapore 050335 (Chinatown MRT)


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